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Events year 2015

Erlang User Conference 2015
Written by Bruce, 11 Jun 2015

Join us in Stockholm on 11-12 June  for great talks about Erlang/OTP and Elixir innovations, the latest Erlang projects from companies such as KlarnaMachine ZoneEricsson and much more: http://www.erlang-factory.com/euc2015/#home

Among the speakers are Erlang's co-inventor Robert Virding, functional expert Bodil Stokke, University of Kent professor Simon Thompson, Neotoma creator Sean Cribbs, author of the Cowboy web server Loïc HoguinJoacim Halén - Ericsson cloud technology researcher, Fredrik Linder - Erlang lead at Machine Zone,Alvaro Videla- co-author of ‘RabbitMQ in action’,  professor Kevin Hammond from University of St. Andrews, and Mikael Pettersson - senior developer at Klarna.

The Conference will be preceded by one day of tutorials at Ericsson on 10 June and 3 days of expert on 8-10 June: http://www.erlang-factory.com/euc2015/training#erlang-express-810-june

Erlang Factory SF Bay Area will take place on 26-27 March, with training courses on 23-25 March and 28 March-1 April.

Inventor of Smalltalk and Turing Award Winner Alan Kay, Elixir Creator José Valim, Erlang inventors Joe Armstrong, Robert Virding and Mike Williams will all be there! Other speakers include Haskell and QuickCheck co-inventor John Hughes, 'Seven Languages in Seven weeks' author Bruce Tate, O'Reilly Author and CS professor Simon Thompson and Andreas Olofsson, creator of the Parallella board. See more speakers: http://www.erlang-factory.com/sfbay2015/#speakers

Be ready for 6 tracks and over 50 speakers. This year we'll have a whole track dedicated to Elixir and one on the ErlangVM and its ecosystem. From Porting Erlang/OTP to Exotic Platforms to Hardware Perspectives, you'll get a comprehensive idea of Erlang's capacity for distribution and scalability, concurrency and multi-core. And don't forget the 5 Training Sessions on 23-25 March and 30 March-1 April!

http://www.erlang-factory.com/sfbay2015/home

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